Steven Pressley returns to a Sky Bet League 1 dugout this weekend in his new role as Fleetwood Town boss, and he'll be up against rather familiar opposition.The 41-year-old welcomes his former employers Coventry City to Highbury on Saturday, the club he managed for almost two years between 2013 and 2015.
In that time, he took charge of 100 matches, winning 32, drawing 30 and losing 38 - leaving him with a 32 per cent win rate. The Scot also had a spell as a player with the Sky Blues, in the 1994/95 season.
STEVEN PRESSLEY: “The scenarios football produce are amazing. I’m looking forward to Saturday as @Coventry_City are a form team." #codarmy— Fleetwood Town FC (@ftfc) October 8, 2015
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Pressley now replaces Graham Alexander at the helm of the Cod Army following a disappointing run of results. Fleetwood sit 23rd in the table with just nine points from their opening 11 games, and haven't won in seven outings - losing in the last four.
Coventry, on the flip side, are operating in the top six of the table - in fifth - but have won and lost in equal measure (twice) in each of their last four.
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